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Kieran
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25th Jul 15 at 18:52   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Gonna have a look tomorrow only had 10 mins on it today
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This car is utterly beautiful. Can't believe how much work has gone into it. Doubt we'll see anything to this standard for a while. Top build this
Col004
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quote:
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Doubt we'll see anything to this standard for a while.


I can think of one









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Nothing in the front end is in drive shafts aren't too. I was thinking the relocation but surely it would still get air



Re-location of the MAF should be ok if there are no leaks between the MAF and throttle body. If you have no shafts fitted, just have a peek inside the gearbox to see if the diff is turning fast. If so then as you say, it's in gear. If not then I really hope you sort it buddy. I want to see this done
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quote:
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This car is utterly beautiful. Can't believe how much work has gone into it. Doubt we'll see anything to this standard for a while. Top build this


Thanks bud! I just want it finished now lol

Thanks col il have a look tomorrow
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Doubt we'll see anything to this standard for a while.


I can think of one

Haha excluding your let col, both look amazing.
Kieran
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Well its not the fuel filter not the AFM and not in gear.

I have a lot of pressure at the fuel rail on the valve check. So could the iinjectors be playing up?
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Fault codes are now coming up

31
66
72
73

How can I rectify these. Just had a new crank sensor but doesn't code 31 come up if engine isn't running?

[Edited on 26-07-2015 by Kieran]
Col004
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quote:
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Fault codes are now coming up

31
66
72
73

How can I rectify these. Just had a new crank sensor but doesn't code 31 come up if engine isn't running?

[Edited on 26-07-2015 by Kieran]



I've never seen 31 when the engine isn't running. Fault codes are latched from when the engine was last running.

Have a look here and carry out continuity and insulation checks on the relevant sensor wiring with in the loom.

http://www.topbuzz.co.uk/info/fault_codes/fault_codes.htm


[Edited on 26-07-2015 by Col004]
Col004
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Doubt we'll see anything to this standard for a while.


I can think of one

Haha excluding your let col, both look amazing.



I was just taking the piss


Kieran
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26th Jul 15 at 12:48   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

66 Carbon Monoxide (CO) potentiometer High voltage

72 Throttle Switch (TS) - full load contact High voltage - Full load switch not running

73 Air Flow Sensor (AFS) low voltage

How do I go about sorting these? Iv gave them a contact clean how much further can I go?
Col004
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Do what I said above mate.

"carry out continuity and insulation checks on the relevant sensor wiring with in the loom"

You may have a break or a short to earth.
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So take loom back out and strip it back?
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Haha hahaha! !!!!!!!!!!!

It's fucking working. What a cunt I extended the AFM loom with the tps loom swaped them round and wham!!!
Col004
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Good lad.. I was right then... Wiring
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well done Kieran, cracking job bud

[Edited on 26-07-2015 by mark106mark]
Kieran
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Cheers guys
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Nice one Kieran! Glad you've sorted it, I bet that was frustrating


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Strange, post a pic of shiny stuff and comments go mad. Post and show that after ages it's running perfectly, and hardly anybody comments :/


Happy for you mate, and looks great. Can't wait to see if all together and some fresh pictures of it on the roads

[Edited on 27-07-2015 by Generation]
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Cheers bud I'm really happy it's running. Just shows that anyone can rebuild a engine and get it to run. Hopefully won't be too long now
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Any plans for track days? Flocked engine cover still gives me a hard on haha
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Yea will do a few but it's more of a hay look at me car lol
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nice one!!!!
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Havnt looked at this for a while , good work getting it running.

Well done finding the fault

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